For some of our Retirement Housing estates we have agreements with the local authority to let a percentage of our vacant properties to people nominated by them. Hanover’s agreement for this estate is that all of the allocations are managed by the local authority, Mid Sussex District Council/Affinity Sutton, who can be contacted on 0300 100 0303.
Hanover Court in Haywards Heath is a development of 23 apartments and one bungalow with shared gardens, residents’ lounge, laundry and private car parking facilities. There’s plenty of opportunity to get involved with the resident community, with regular social activities, games sessions and takeaway suppers taking place.
Located in a quiet rural residential area, the properties are close to local shops, chemist, Beech Hurst Gardens and a doctor’s surgery. There is also a regular bus service into the town centre, just a 10 minute journey away. A professional on-site manager looks after buildings and grounds maintenance and repairs, as well as helping you to access further help and support if you need it.
In the local area
The Orchards shopping centre on South Road has a good range of shops, a post office, cafés and a fitness suite. The regular farmers market at The Orchards has a wide choice of quality fresh produce on offer.
Just a five minute walk away, the Broadway area offers a great choice of bars and restaurants. For sports fans a wide range of leisure facilities, including a large swimming pool, gym and health suite can be enjoyed at the Dolphin centre. The town has plenty of other facilities including two hospitals, supermarkets, a library, parks and several sports grounds.
Points of interest
The town boasts a spectacular array of attractions on its doorstep. In the conservation area around Muster Green there are 48 listed buildings, including the 16th century Dolphin pub. Local attractions include the fine countryside of the Ouse valley, the Bluebell Railway and the spectacular gardens at Borde Hill and Wakehurst Place. The nearby pretty Sussex villages of Cuckfield, Lindfield, Staplefield and Slaugham offer good walks while Scrase Valley nature reserve is also worth a visit
Where we are
Haywards Heath is in the heart of Mid Sussex, 36 miles south of London. The development is conveniently situated just off the A272, near junction 11 of the M23.
The Haywards Heath rail station has services to London Victoria, Brighton, Bedford and Eastbourne. Local buses operate throughout the town and surrounding area, including travel to Horsham, Burgess Hill and Brighton.
Distance to GP: 0.28 miles
Distance to shop: 0.5 miles
Distance to bus stop: 0.5 miles
Distance to Post Office: 10 miles